Instead, he explains, he believes it's cultural, and because white culture is so dominant, it skews what we find attractive toward whiteness: Beauty is a cultural idea as much as a physical one, and the standard is of course set by the dominant culture. One interesting thing about Ok Cupid’s interface is that we allow people to select more than one race, so you can actually look at people who’ve combined "white" with another racial description. In fact it goes a long way towards undoing any bias against you.
With this kind of upper hand, the concept of Where White People Meet is sort of puzzling.
Currently, there are more people talking about the ridiculousness of the site than there are active users.
It's not unlike the racist boycott or the Starbucks red cup controversy that sparked debate toward the end of 2015.
This was right after the 1995 publication of The Rules: Time-Tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr. The Rules was a dating guide, a set of instructions on what to do and not do to catch a man. 2: "Don't Talk to a Man First") undemanding (Rule No.
17: "Let Him Take the Lead"), and above all happy and busy, breezy and lighthearted.
These numbers reveal a strong bias against black women and Asian, black, and Latino men.